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TI1E MOKMMt E..MI.KK, OGDEN, Truth in Advertising' TEACHERS Implies HONESTY in the Goods You Curry. acratt-hin- liead. wondering wbat Tour would better than a JEWEL stove. It will make HER happy and at the same time save about of your fuel bill. WE WILL SELL YOU ONE OX EAK TERMS. Ask your neighbor who has one. We have anything you want In a buggy either ruhlw or steel tire also Cutters, all prices. The WIXOXA wagon has captured the trade. Come in and we'll show you why. NEW BUILDING i-- S The Christmas edition of the Clas-alruwas distributed on Friday and contained about taenty-flv-e pages of very creditable reading matter, consisting of stories, sonnets, toasts, etc. The football report of the season was With the exception a good write-up- . of a few exchanges, the material was all contributed by the undents. The next Issue will not appear until near Raster, and will be edited by the freshmen. Mr. Beeson, head of the mathemat- ics department, left Friday to rpend the holiday at his home in Indiana. Burton The achol baa been visited by sev- eral members of the alumni who hava just returned for their Christines holidays. Mrs. Wm. E. Whittington and daughter Birdie, of St. Anthony, Ida called while on their way east. Implement Co. 2314 Washington Avenue V Ogden, Utah BOTH SIDES TO BLAME. In Matter of Japanese Sealing Troubles. . . Victoria, B. C., Dee. 22. The steamer Athenian arrived today from the orient with a valuable cargo, including silk valued at 12,000,000 and seal skins taken by Japanese schooners la Bering sea and off Copper Island! ranted at $160,000. The Aheulan-brough- t ad rides that the Japanese, government has published the report of Mr. Hanlhara, secretary of the Washington embassy, regarding the sealing Incident of last summer at St. Paul Island In Bering sea. The Japanese secretary says regarding the killing of Japaiese sealers: Both Sides were to blame. At a meeting of those Interested In it was announced sealing that Japan would anon Issue new regulations governing pelagic sealing. lo These bad become necessary because of the need of preservation of the seal; the increatdng number of sealing vessel, It was said, had caused a tendency to Irregular hunting, rookeriei being laid waste by sea lets and raiders. Aa a result of the Russo war aome of these rookeries had accrued to Japan and protective regulations were necessary. The Athenian brought news that the steamer Tango from Seattle waa damaged during a gale lasting five uays, encountered en route to Yokohama. The cabin bouse was smashed by seas and other Injuries were sustained. Onn sailor waa washed overboard. The steamer slso brought news of n disaster resulting from the finding of a floating mine. One waa washed ashore at Akti prefecture and a large number of natives were attracted. One of them waa examining the mine and knocking It about with a hammer when It exploded, killing ten and severely wounding 66 persona. 1BA-ane- Wm. Driver & Son Gao. W. Driver - Manager , by High gchool. We will treat yon right" Drug Co. 2453 Wash. Avs. YOU CAN GET Z. C. M. I. Home Made Shoes Fop men, boys, misses and children again In Ggden. They are the old reliable every pair guaranteed, aa well aa the l arilM Pillow Shoes TOE SIIOE FOR TENDER FEET, at the BELL : Catalog and Samples. 2546 MADISON AVE. ' ' ' 513 X' T. A. SHREEVE $5lfo6i&(& Profeasor Moulton of the I'nivt-rsitof Chicago will be here on the 28th instant, and give the second academy lecture uf the season. HI subject will be The Literary Study of the Hlble Apart From Theology and Criticism. Professor Moulton la a very engaging lecturer, and a large ami Mr. audience is expected. Thomas E. Green who lectured lael year on the interesting subject. 1.ie Key to the Twentieth Century, will be with us again on the 6th Instant, and lecture on Civic Bacteriology." ' The students of the academy t expected to continue regular work until dismissal Friday afternoon, but the faculty prepared a little surprise for them and railed a general assembly. when a delightful impromptu program, was rendered, consisting of songs by the school choir, musical number and interesting talks from several of the professors. The new addition is progressing nicely and will soon be closed in. Work on same will oontlnue during the vacation. The students are still selling lecture tickets, as but one number of the sen-su- n has been given, and they have succeed'd in disposing of quite a number for Christmas presents. The Christmas Issue of the Acorn, which came out yesterday, la very neatly gotten up and la a credit tu the student body of the school. It contains several stories gnd many poems appropriate to the season. High School Alumni, The high school alumni association will give one of their delightful dancing parties soon after the holiday, about the middle of January. These Interest in the military drill la In- dances are always well attended and ertiasing very rapidly, and orders are It Is expected that thla one will be being received for uniforma. Sis hug-le- a especially so, as It will be the first have arrived, and within a snort of the smi son, and many people are time the department expects to have anticipating It. The exart date will A be announced Ip ter. an efficient corps of trumpeters, supply of a hundred guns la expected to arrive during vacation, and w.ll he Thomas P. Horn, '03, who la in his In readlneaa for use by the opening sophomore year at Northwestern, surof school. prised his many friends by returning home yesterday afternoon. Brackets have been placed In the Allis Bowen, 'OS, attending school at study hall for tha statuary and Ci same will be cltancd and put In place Logan, came home yesterday for the during the holidays. Thla. with other holidays. improvements which arc to be made, will add much to the general appearMusis for the Cwvvsntisn. The following soloists have been ance of the building. engaged by Mr. Coup to render numbers at the general meetings and enSohoola of the City. . The teachers of the primary grades tertainments' of" tha approaching conat the Madison did very creditable vention: Professor Geo. Skelton, viowork fh decoration. The blackboards linist; Charles Kent, baritone; Mrs. In tha kindergarten room were cov- Allison, Mlaa Maxel Barnes, Otto ered with interesting groups of Plaahtuan, flutist; P, C. ChristensffiF. babies and overall boys; many coronetlst; and Mina Urxle Thomas These musical animal pictures were slso in evi- Edwards, soprano. dence. The wells end celling were people will be heard at the general Bilorned with chains of various shades, sessions of tho convention. The big some being the work of the little feature of the general meetings, howtots. The Christmas tree was laden ever, will be a. large orchestra. Besides using all of the available with gifts for each child and exhibits material in Ogden, eight of their work. Every child waa al- first-clas-s Balt lowed to make a gift for their par- new men will come up from ents and went home proudly bearing Lake for the occasion. Probably the their presents. A long chain of Christ- beat musical number will be the big mas bells suspended from the cell- overture from Faust, which will be ing added much to tha effect In Mias rendered when the first meeting of Spurgeon's room, and, with other dec- the convention la called to order at orations. such aa festoons, drawings, 10 a. m., Wednesday, January 2nd. It Is to be hoped that the attendance etc, made a very effective showing. Tha Santa Clans border In Miss Mit- at thla meeting will be worthy of the chell's room added much to the gen- occasion, aa both Mr. Cooley and Mlaa Arnold will be Introduced. Special eral attractiveness of the room. trains from the north and south will Owing to the approaching holidays be in by that time so that visiting teachers coming on them will be able and tha extensive preparations same, which most of tbs schools were to attend. These trains will ba met making, supervisors did not visit the by N'lchol'a hand. schools this week, but postponed their The reception at the Auditorium work until after vacation. will be the best nodal event of the Nearly all of tha Central children year In the atate. All teachers, both clubbed together and presented their city and county, nil over the slate are teachers with one large present. The Invited and Invitation aare being to promlnnt people throughout exercises at this school were wen conducted snd msny friends and relntions the atate and a large attendance Is Refreshments will be were in attendance. anticipated. served, dancing will be Indulged In At the Lewis kindergarten tha chil- and the orchestra will render selecdren spent much tine on making pres- tions at Intervals during the evening. ents for their parents; bat the hard- Aa enjoyable time Is anticipated. est task for the little tots seemed to The convention being held here will be the burden of the secret One little lad, unable to resist the delight mean much for Ogden from an educaof telling, revealed the secret to his tional standpoint it means mors than merely furnishing accommodations mother, and In repeating the com&r-satkI told mama I was and entertaining the teachers of the had aaid: Diskin' of a pin tray for bar, but aha state. It will be aa advantage to the The monthly meeting of people in that henceforth Ogden won't tell. rank la educationprimary teachers was recently held at will hold a hi ter tha Lewis with Miss Shepherd where al matters, sad will be regarded as an educational city throughout the counsubjects such as physical exercises, child play and its place In their edu- try. The feet that ae many noted cation, etc., were liberally dlacnaaed. educators are raking special tripe to Miss Fisher held e model class of be present, shows that Ogden la of ten of the second grade pupils to Il- some Import and a successful convention win add much mete. lustrate points of discussion. sun-bonn- The seventh snd eighth grades of the Mound Fort School held a spelling contest, on Friday, by way of diversion from regular work. After a spirited time, the eighth grade was pr?nounrrd the winner, as ihev had several standing when the last one of the aeventh line went down. Tbs lower grades of this school had a general good time, and the Santa Claua in Miss Johnson s room added much to the merriment. At the Quincy school the little play, Locking for Santa, was greatly In by children and visitors. the kindergarten room the principal feature was. a minuet, given by four little girls. All the ronma had Christ ms trees, and much credit la due ail the teachers for their untiring effort! to make the last day at school a success. cn-Jor- UsqSmH with the students of this iniitutii.u He will directly after the holidays. co ice every Tuesday and takes the place of Mr. Willard Weihe. la-su- Store Fifth Ward Shoe PHONE Tfa Academy. Professor Clive, violinist from Salt will take musical work up lathe, lr Ogdens Best Drug' Store 1fWfa fr All of ilie schvW In the city and county closed for the holidays on Friday last. For two weeks books will be abandoned and scholars, youug and old, will enter into the spirit of the. raaon. Excitement ran high In all the schools thla week, particularly so In the primary grades, where the children were alive to the Santa Claus Idea and thought of nothing else. Regular work was laid aside In most of the building Thursday evening and Friday wua entirely devoted to making a happy time fur the children. Thla they certainly had, for In every school teachers spared neither time nor trouble In planning and r tinging for the children's enjoyment The children also did their share, conducting themselves creditably in their respective programs, and many teachers were the recipients of beautiful gifts from the children, showing that their efforts were appreciated. something whieu will be betddM adding to the attraotiTenea of your IIOMK, you can find nothing NOW IN OUR Muoiciana to bo Aoaiotad Eight from Salt Lane 8choo Notts. Ijnfc Tfa(&s Leal. Secrsd Heart. The students of the Sacred Heart academy gave a very guod program last ereuiug; the lead. tig featuivs b iug wilrH by the junior and Most ol the students left Friday night and this morning their home in surnuinding state, so the school will only have about a Hor-escholars tluriug the vacation. Wsbsr Staka make a good, aonftiblo XMAS HiESEXT for tout wife WE ARE Schnell and Mis Fisher of the u Local S3. ilit-l- uuir-mlic- ACCORDING THEM A WELCOME TO THIS CITY. jl If tki are MORMMi, Pr.rEMllElt last night to vacatiuat. at their homes in other states, juiocg thiat being Mis Scon af tha lLe, Miss Parker of the Fmgree. srj Mr apt-m- i BAND WILL MEET THE SI NPAT UTAH, MILUKOFP There le no heart however end. That a true Mad aot will not make glad. Tin indeed a task, the aeleotiou little time remain in which to decide one week to abutter aud salespeople. to you in t liooKing llift for Men of suitable pitmen ts for relatives and friends. But Monday will bring the real rush trying days for It in the desire of the WATSON-TAXNEStore and Bora a store for Men and Boya is the logical auch gift. We hare the very thing they would bny for themselves, and place to tlie saving will be greater here. ait R w-le- Our Showing of Xmas Presents is a Grand Display. 25 Per Cent Discount on Smoking Jackets and Oath Rohee. CSSSSSSSOSSSSSMSSSSSSSMSMSS M f e have a fine line of thee luxurious garment ao highly prised NOTE THE SAVING: 5.0(1 kind at 6o0 kind at 7.50 kind at f 4.1MI 5.65 A man at . 6.00 7.50 at at 9.00 great variety to choose from, but DOXT DELAY. Veda Fancy A Gloves 25c Mufflers Shirts Maks a good present and are ala ay arctptable 25c. to $2.60. Neckwear Ona of ths most popular of gifts for men and boy IBs to 11.00. Rohee Lounging Doubtless the moat . The giver of a pair of Gloves will be graciously remembered stylish article and ona that will b sure to ploaee, $1.50 to $2 .5b. t. A popular ot all gifts for Men la aa indoor garHouse Coat or ment, either Lounging Roba. Lounging Robee la many colors aoJ patterns at $600 te $1200. $2.50. ueeful and lasting Item that All atylee la always appropriate. -- Oo te Suit Cases MAO. A useful, convenient and lasting srticl ; a good gift. Indeed. $200 te $20.00. Hosiery Thoughtful le the buyer who half doses stylish Hose. lOe te 7Se a pair. e booses Handkerchiefs An always popular gift-givin- 6.00 kind 10.00 kind 13.00 kind 3.75 br every artlcla for appropriat. tor young and old. Plain and colored Handkerchlufs, fancy border and Initial Ilaudkor-cblsf- a In ootton, linen and allk. Prices from 6a te 1130. Umhrcllam One of the moot uerful, popular and lasting article that raa ba seise ted for a maa. Thoughtful la ths giver of an umbrella. Natural wood, bora, pearl, eilvvr or gold mounted baadloa 60a la Fancy Suspenders very popular article a a gift. A Wo have them la many lovely patterns. Suspenders in , Individual boasa, especially for Xmas giving at 60a, 76c, $1.00. - $7 JO. IMPORTANT: KIIOP EARLY IN THE DAY. YOU WILL HAVE BETTER OPPORTUNITY TO SELECT AND SALESMEN WILL HAVE MORE TIME TO AS; SIST YOU. WatsonTanner Clothing Co. Whore the Boat la Sold." STS S4th St. Hope, Never Such, Rosfnlnl, Ctuaedlaa, Bushwhacker and May S, also ran, SPORTS EMERYVILLE CITY PARK RESULTS. RESULTS. New Orleans, Doc. 22. Xty park results: First race, six furlongs Ralbert woa, Gold Coin second, Basil third. Time, 1:18. j. Second race, fire and a half furlongs' Expect to See woa, Refined second, Billy Vertre s third. Time, 1:10 14. Third race, mile and an eighth Goldie won, James Reddick second, Shswana third. Time. 1:69 Fourth race, five and a half furlong Tudor won, Tlchlmlngn second. Vert-bee- t, third. Time, 1:1$ 44. Fifth race, one mile Jaromo won. Royal Breeso eeoond. Morales third. Time, 1:48 8 8. Sixth race, five furlongs Merceta won. Excuse Me second, Dlnsmoek third. Time, 1:06 84. Seventh race, mile and a sixteenth Klslnwood won. Foreigner ascend, Jungle Imp third. Time, 1:63 14. Saa Francisco, Dee. 22. A killing was made tq Graphite today at Emeryville. He was backed down from 6 to 1 to 6 to I. snd woo with oaae. In tho Santa Bella handicap tha weight on P. W, Barr vaa bis undoing, and the beet he could do waa to show behind Sir Edward and Collector Jeeeup. Results: First race, ilx and a half furlongs The Mighty 103 (Brown), 4 to 6. won: Bell Reed 102 (A. Williams), 7 to S, second; Hersala 10$ (Sandy). 4 to I, third. Tint, 1:22 Joo Goss, Realty, Rollick and Parting Jennlo ran. also Second race, six furlongs Vannees 103 (W. Miller), 7 to 20, won; & M. Brattaln 111 (Williams), 7 to 1, second; Judge 106 (Davis). $ to 1, third. Time, 1:16. Royal Hogue sad Darn L also ran. Third raca, mile and ' a quarter DECLINED THE POSITION. Graphite 102 1C. Miller). 6 to I, won; 17 20 to 1, second; Cberipe (Qollsda), Washington, Dee. 21. Captain Jobs Inflammable 111 t Fountain), 10 to 1, C. (Jack) Greenway, wb was In Pres2:10 Time. third. Benvolto, Ray, ident Roosevelt's regiment of Rough Onehan and drees also ran. Fourth race, one mile 8lr Edward Riders, has declined the peslUoa In the 108 (Graham), IS to $, won; Collector general land office to he vacated by Richards. Jessup )U6 (Brown), 10 to 1, second; Commissioner Mr, Greanway waa offarad ths posiF. W. Barr 114 U Williams), 4 to 6, tion some time ago by the President, third. Time, 1:41 Mary F., Prinnf private httoraeU recess Tltanla, Blue Byeee and King but, because quiring Me presence la the NorthCole also ran. west, he was unable to aoeepL Fifth race, mile and a sixteenth 36 4 to won; 1, Nepumus (Thurston), KING OF ABYSSINIA. Dorado 104 (W. Miller). 7 to I. secDevin 109 Governor ond; (Sandy). 18 Rome, Dee. 22. Report e from aa to 6, third. Tima, l:fiO Fuiletta. source declare that J. C. Oem, Watchful, Tenon! ale and authoritative Menellk, king ef Abyssinia, has sufNlgrette also ran. Sixth rase, five furlongs -- Mansard fered a flvah attack of syncope. Ap10$ (W. Miller), I to 6, won; Ocean prehension la felt and especially as reShore 83 (Kirachbaum), II to I. cently the Baffin seems U have ctiaag-ehie mind about the appointment of Phalanx 10$ (Sandy), avan, third. Time. 1:01 lA. Andrew R. Cook, a anecseeor. It la no longer certain Sonfriere, Groaaeutter and Billy May-ha- that JJsu, eon of Menallka daughter and Ras Michael, will he chneea, and alee raa. If this la so tha straggle for the throne will be Here. ASCOT PARK RESULTS. 1-- 6. 2-- represent tho original owners of property, claimed that tha El Tl company, controlled by Kansas 1 capitalists, had aot made tho paymi an the property tn accordaaee t the contrast of sale, . Just Received The latent book of the season HALF A ROGUE By the author of The Man on the Box. OBTAIN IT" SOW! 4-- Spargos Book Store Quality the Bent the Lowest 3-- 6. Prices 4--6. d aeo-on- INELIGIBLE. Los Angeles. Dec. 28. Daruma, la INCITING RIOT. aocond race, wee tha gaod thing SL Petersburg, Dec. 22. Prof. Paul thoAscot at today. She wan heavily playAtlanta Ga.. Dae. 21. Allowing M. Mllukoff. president of the l receding in the betting from 6 to the posting of email notices printed Democratic party, who has been ed, 5 down to 7 to 10. The twit she could in red Ink tn the streets early today, stated aa floor leader la the next pardo, however, was to take tha plaoo liament, has been declared Ineligible mousy. Ixtrd of tho Forest, 8 to 1. calling die K. K. K. to moot this (.fooeitie-tlnna- to election to the lower house because forged to the frent and waa eaally the be Jacks residence qualifications Prof. winner. In the handicap Supreme wee who A. Mouromteeff, presi- Coart at 16 to 1 wna Serge easily la the a house last and dent of the lover Weather clear, track fast. stretch. number of former members have been Rceu-te- : debarred not only from standing as tarda Third race, mile and candidates, bnt even from voting in Merllngo 100 (Koerner), fifty 7 to L won; the elections. 16 108 (Keogh). to 1. Administrative measure aglist the Uncle Henry 10$ (Harris), 7 to t. second; Legal Constitutional Democrats are being third. Jetssra. Cicely, Time; 1:45 sharpened Instead of relaxed na the and Fugurtba also rau. date of the elertlona draw near. They Plcquet Supreme Court are not permitted to bold meetings, 104Fourth race,15 mile to won; Varietiee and printing establishments have been 105 fGrosel. 1$ to t. 6, second; Moly (Gargau). forbidden under severe penalties to 17 (Clawson , 12 to 1. third. Time, publish their literature. Stilicfco. Wtenne, Tartan. Ora1:42. tories, Royal Ben. John Lyle end War The Pingree school bad a very good NICOLAI DEREYLAN. pregrain and over a hundred visiters. The upper .grades had a debate which was very exciting to the participants Phoenix, Arl.. Dec. 22. Dr. A. C. and the'fourtb grade gave a omsll Rowe, today received a message from Nicolai Derry lan asking if Mrs. play entitled, 'The Day Before Christmas." A very pretty feature In the the body of her ''husband'' was burlower rooms was a hoop and broom led. He replied that It would be InGeorge dull by twalve little girls, the eas-.- e terred Sunday afternoon. hr'ng much appreciated by the and Drisroll. an undertaker, today made lence. application for letters of administration and set (he matter for hearing Teachers Depart Jaruarr Fh. Photographer secured Several uf the city teachera left negatives of the corpse this afternoon. terbury also ran. Fifth rare, six furlongs Norfolk 106 (McDsafol). 7 to 2. won: Dr. Crook 68 (Archibald). 6 to 1, second; Pepper and Ealt 107 (Ro.s). 0 to 1. third. K. T. Fryer, RememTime, 1:61 ber. Cyclops. Hlpoteca and Iird evening with anna, Mayor Woodward today offered a reward of $204 for evidence to convict nay person of pasting such notices, or In any way leading riot. Ne serious Importance le attached to the notices. INVESTIGATING CHARGE. Psnsaoola, Fla., Dec. 21. Geu. W. P. Duvall, commanding tha department of the Gulf, spent today at Fort Barrancas In consultation with Col. The visit Stewart, poet commander. was In connection with the chnrge in all that soldiers fired into a street car. IN MEXICAN COURT. Bistee. Arlr., Dec. 22. Today at noon the Mexican Judge of the court of Diet Instance at La Causes. Sonora. rendered a decision in favor of the Ensenada Mining company against the El Tigre Mining company. The also ran. Sixth race. Brooke course Selina 98 cane hae been pend'ng and the rendered tn.lay reverren the (Kerris). 11 t" S. won; Jack Adam former decision tand given possession 104 (Rile.). 9 to 1. second: fnrlctu 99 I Arr'tibilrti. 2d to 1. third. Time. of the mine to the Ensenada 2:06. Sir Carrtuhers, Diamante, Yen pany. The Ensenada company which Rnss-ingto- n SHOPPING BAGS. : the newest shapes and leathers, handtemely fitted with purse sad card esse to match. These Bags wonld be present good value at double the prices. DRESS TRUNKS. In S2, 34. 80. 39 sad 40 inch aine; Steamer Trunks, Suit Case. Trawl-- lng Bags, etc. BUY YOUR TRUNK AT THE FACTORY. Gallacher Trunk Factory Opera Hama Bleak. TRUNKS REPAIRED.